Fans meet the stars

Fans meet the stars

Tryst with paints

The biggest crowd puller at the Garuda Mall last weekend, was an eco-friendly Ganesha, sitting atop a bull. It was made from wastepaper and was painted with biodegradable colours and paints.

 There’s a great deal of thought and effort that has gone into the making of the idol. A team from Big FM 92.7 scouted the City, to collect waste paper and has used it to make the idol.
Shoppers also got to interact and get a glimpse of the director and cast of Love Guru, a film that has completed 25 days in the theatres across the City.

Clad in a cool light pink shirt and blue jeans, actor Tarun seemed thrilled with the response he has received for his role in the film.

Interacting with the media and his fans, Tarun said, “I am glad that the organisers thought of an eco-friendly Ganesha. This is free of any material that would contaminate the natural setting and I am sure this would go a long way in maintaining a pollution free environment.”  
Tarun was also excited because his new film, Parichaya had completed its shooting and was slated to release sometime soon.

Sanjay had done well as a director and the songs were popular with the people. Tarun sees these signs as a good start for the film.

Director Prashant said, “The film has completed 25 days in the market and I have also offered special prayers to Lord Ganesha for the release of my new film.”

The latter part of the event saw people interact with the cast. Some of the popular tracks were also sung from Love Guru.

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